St Patrick Crafts

With so many cute St Patrick Crafts floating around, I was GREEN with envy. So, I got to work during nap time and made a green display of my own. I did not purchase anything new for this shelf. I was surprised how many green items and supplies I had on hand. This may look familiar to any facebook fans. :)

I made the “Oh so LUCKY to have you” sign and will have the printable posted for you soon! (I didn’t want this post to be monstrous!) I will also explain the vase if anyone is curious.

For now, let’s take a closer look at the Shamrock banner shall we.

  • cardboard
  • green fabric scraps
  • green scrapbook paper
  • green ribbon
  • hot glue
  • 3D shamrock stickers

For starters, make your shamrock. Cut out three hearts and a trianglish stem shape from some food boxes you have in the recycle bin (that ones for you Kim.) I used a muffin box and a cereal box.

Next, wrap with fabric scraps and secure with hot glue. If you need more detail, refer to my fabric heart tutorial.

I added a 5 inch lollie and a little bow with hot glue.

String that baby onto a ribbon with a few more lollies secured with paper clips and you’re good to go! There is a good lollie tutorial from Margie Aslett, so I won’t reinvent the wheel. The shamrocks in the middle are 3D stickers I left over from last year’s scrappy shamrock wreath.

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  1. says

    That is sooooooo cute. I wish I was as productive during nap time. I usually make brownies and talk on the phone. I need to get busy.

  2. says

    How wonderful is this! I definitely need to try this! I don’t have anything, except my Lucky blocks, for St. Patricks Day! Thanks for posting!

  3. says

    It looks great! I love those accordian flowers (that’s what I called them). I made a bunch for a display at church. Anyway, thanks for the ideas!

  4. says

    Love, love, LOVE the banner! I made some cards with lollies on them but never thought to use them on a banner. So. much. fun! Oh, and I really want to know about the vase. Please share! :)

  5. says

    Wow! That’s really cute. The longer I looked at your pictures, the more I liked it. I love the banner…that’s really amazing.

    But I think my favorite part is the most simple. I like how you have the picture of your kid right next to the “Lucky to have you.” Just think that’s pretty cool.

    Thans for sharing!

  6. says

    Well. Feel luck to share cuty craft works. So impressive the Craft Flowers and Heart Trees. Hope to share more and more different Creations. Thanking You with Best Wishes.


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